Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Roster Finalized

BRISTOL, RI (17 May 2024) – US Sailing has confirmed the names of the 13 sailors who will represent the United States at the Paris Olympic Games this coming July and August in Marseille, France. The team hails from seven U.S. states and territories including California, Florida, Illinois, Minnesota, New York, Rhode Island, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Wisconsin.  

“We’re very proud to bring this group of 13 to Marseille this summer,” said Marcus Lynch, High Performance Director. “It’s been an inspiring, impressive Trials season with a deep lineup of talented athletes across all disciplines who have fought hard to represent the US on the Olympic stage. With our roster now finalized, the Team is dialed in on fine-tuning skills to perform at their best.” 

The Games of the XXXIII Olympiad will take place from July 26 to August 11, 2024, and the sailing events will be based in Marseille on the Mediterranean in the south of France. The largest sporting event in the world, the Olympic Games will feature approximately 10,500 athletes from over 200 countries competing in 329 medal events. The sailing events will feature up to 330 athletes competing in ten classes. 

All nominations to the Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Team are subject to approval by the United States Olympic and Paralympic Committee. 

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Paris 2024 U.S. Olympic Sailing Team Nominees:

Listed in Order of Date of Selection 

Women’s Formula Kite (Women’s Kite): Daniela Moroz

Six-time consecutive world champion Daniela Moroz (Lafayette, CA) will compete in her first Olympics in the kiteboard’s debut appearance at an Olympic Games. Moroz is a four-time US Rolex Yachtswoman of the year and a two-time finalist for Rolex World Sailor of the year. She’s a four-time European Champion and the reigning Pan American Games champion.

49er (Men’s Skiff):  Ian Barrows & Hans Henken 

Ian Barrows (St. Thomas, USVI) and Hans Henken (San Francisco, CA) teamed up in pursuit of the Paris 2024 Olympics following campaigns with other partners and won selection together for their first Olympic Games this summer. The pair won a gold medal at the 2023 Pan American Games, took home a silver medal from the 2022 Princesa Sofía Trophy, two top 10 finishes at the 2023 Olympic Test Event and 2023 World Championship, have won numerous North American Championships in the 49er, and most recently took 5th from the 2024 European Championship. 

Women’s iQFOiL (Women’s Windsurfer):  Dominique Stater 

Dominique Stater (Miami, FL) will represent the United States in the long-beloved women’s windsurfing category but will debut the discipline’s shift to foiling equipment at her first Olympic Games. Stater won a silver medal at the 2023 Pan American Games and is a four-time winner of the U.S. Open Sailing Series.

ILCA 6 – Radial (Women’s One-Person Dinghy): Erika Reineke

Erika Reineke (Fort Lauderdale, FL) is a Pan American Games gold medalist, US Rolex Yachtswoman of the Year, multiple World Cup medalist, and top 10 finisher at the 2022 ILCA 6 World Championship. Reineke will compete in her first Olympics after a 15-year pursuit of representing the USA on the Games stage with an impressive resume in tow.

Mixed 470 (Mixed Two-Person Dinghy): Stu McNay & Lara Dallman-Weiss

Stu McNay (Providence, R.I.) and Lara Dallman-Weiss (Shoreview, Minn.) make up the most returning Olympic experience on the US Team. They joined forces when their respective men’s and women’s 470 classes became one mixed-gender discipline for Paris 2024. McNay will compete in his fifth consecutive Olympics and Dallman-Weiss will take the water for her second. Stu and Lara have found individual success before becoming a team with podium finishes at the national, World Cup, and Continental levels. 

49erFX (Women’s Skiff):  Stephanie Roble & Maggie Shea

Stephanie Roble (East Troy, Wis.) and Maggie Shea (Wilmette, Ill.) have been on the 49erFX campaign trail together since the fall of 2016, earning several medals at major events including the 2023 and 2019 Pan American Games, 2022 French Olympic Week, 2020 49erFX World Championship, and the 2019 Hempel World Cup Series–Genoa. Paris 2024 will be their second consecutive Olympic Games appearance as a team. 

Men’s iQFOiL (Men’s Windsurfer): Noah Lyons

Noah Lyons (Clearwater, FL) will head to Marseille fresh off a week of dominant racing at the Last Chance Regatta where he secured qualification for his first Olympic Games. Lyons is a 2023 Pan American Games bronze medalist, winner of the 2023 iQFOiL Games Cadíz, and two-time winner of the U.S. Open Sailing Series. Lyons will join Dominique Stater in the debut of foiling equipment for the windsurfing discipline on the Olympic stage.  

Men’s Formula Kite (Men’s Kite): Markus Edegran 

Markus Edegran (Ossining, NY) will compete in his first Olympic Games in the kiteboard’s debut appearance. A versatile sailor in a range of boats, Edegran made the commitment to the Formula Kite equipment in 2019 and went on to win three editions of the 2023 U.S. Open Sailing Series. 

Nacra 17 (Mixed Two-Person Multihull): Sarah Newberry Moore & David Liebenberg

Sarah Newberry Moore (Miami, FL) and David Liebenberg (Richmond, CA) will compete in their first career Olympics together on the Nacra 17. The pair won a silver medal at the 2023 Pan American Games and secured their Olympic qualification at the Nacra 17 World Championship on French waters in early May 2024. 

The U.S. will not compete in the ILCA 7 event after missing national qualification in that class. 

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